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11/18/2016 5:16 PM
How to Organize a Neighborhood Emergency Group
You likely wouldn't be human if you didn't enjoy the creature comforts of modern life. Air conditioning and heating, indoor plumbing, grocery stores, vehicles...not to mention flat screen televisions, music playlists and the internet!
But these are luxuries, and the wise among us never let themselves forget it. Because in the moment the power goes out, so much of what we take for granted simply goes away. After power, plumbing is typically the next to go, followed by potable water and perishable food stores.
This is when the neighbors you've been grumbling about and glaring at become your new best friends. Who cares about loud music or barking dogs when you are all without power, water and food? You have to come together, pool your resources and protect each other to make it through safely. In these disaster situations, an organized, prepared neighborhood emergency group is a handy source of help indeed!
In this article, learn the steps to take to organize an emergency preparedness group for your neighbhorhood.